Look at the brush along the shore here. Something cut a really wide swath as it went through, heading straight for the "pond" (some dammed Atlantic water on the western side of the peninsula). There's only one thing I know that would be this large and would make such easy work of the brush, and that's a dragon. Oh, some folks might laugh at that, but then they haven't seen what I've seen. What concerns me, though, is why a dragon is here on the shore in the first place. Land dragons don't care for the water at all, and water dragons don't come up on the land. I wasn't surprised when I found two dragons in the pitch pine forest (see earlier notes), but finding evidence of them here is another matter. I have a strange feeling about this; I don't like it all. It's times like these when I wish I could make contact with the fairies because I'm sure they'd know what's going on and whether or not I should evacuate the area. I know I've said it before, but I must find a way to contact them.